3 Tips For Reducing Lawn Stress

3 Tips For Reducing Lawn Stress

Did you know that best time to water your lawn is in the morning?

Summer is officially in full swing! Every year, many homeowners are hopeful that they can achieve a beautiful lawn during the warm months of the year. If you fall into this category, here are a few tips for mitigating stress for your lawn so you can achieve the perfect yard this summer!

Refrain From Walking On Your Lawn

If possible, try to limit the amount of foot traffic on your lawn. This is especially important when your lawn is on the dryer side because it can cause the grass to be damaged. Lawns that are watered well are less likely to be damaged from footsteps. Also, you don’t want to walk over wet soil because you are risking the soil from becoming compact, which would prevent air from getting into the ground.

Always Water Your Lawn In The Morning

The absolute best time to water your lawn is in the morning. The reason being is that if you wait until later in the day, the grass may not have enough time to dry out before nightfall, which can lead to disease. Also, watering in morning is better because the wind is always calmer which make it more effective and there is less water loss from evaporation when its dark. Homeowners need to realize that you are better off watering your lawn less often, but for extended periods. When you do water your lawn, you want to be sure to give it a good soak so the ground can fully absorb the moisture. There is no need to water your lawn every day; you are much better off watering it just a couple of times a week.

Keep Your Grass A Little Longer

Many homeowners make the mistake of cutting their grass way too short. Are you one of the many who cuts their lawn short because you want to have to mow less often? If you are guilty of this, it is important for you to know that lawns are healthier if they are left a longer height.  Also, they will need less water and have a greener color. As a general rule of thumb, never set your lawn mower blades to cut more than a third off a grass blade. Mowing height of 3” or more leads to a healthier lawn.

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